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Archive for October 2009

 

November events: Interoperability Forum and Embedded Market Twitter webcast

Two events are coming soon that you might be interested in. On November 3, 2009 at 10am Pacific Daylight Time, OpenSystems Media will sponsor a webcast about the use of Twitter in the embedded systems marketplace. Social media practitioners from ARM, Intel, and Synopsys (me) will share ideas on how we’re using Twitter as a […]

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Today, the U.S. celebrates World Standards Day

There’s a day dedicated to just about anything you can imagine. Today the United States celebrates “World Standards Day” which is actually on October 14. World Standards Day marks the birthday of ISO, which will be 63 years old, and this year the focus is on climate change. There’s a big party and awards ceremony […]

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A milestone completed towards verification standards

I know it sounds funny, but I’d been anxiously awaiting a press release. A new standard had been ratified by Accellera, the premier standards-setting organization in my industry of chip design automation. So as not to steal their show, I had to wait until their press release came out to share the good news. Accellera’s […]

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